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Leonard's Alchemy

Post by Guest on Thu Aug 16, 2012 4:27 am


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CASE FILE: Transmutation Equipment

Leonard Black
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NAME:
→ Iron Maiden Box

TYPE:
→ Alchemy: Metallurgy

LEVEL:
→ One

FORM:
→ The circle is written on a wide surface to form the box

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BRIEFING:
→ The transmutation circle is a pentagon with the alchemic symbol of Projection. between the symbol and the pentagon, there is a circle. In order to create this projection, the materials used must consist of metals. The Iron Maiden box must be created with a large amount of material. Generally, the box can be made from the ground. The box is meant as a trap or as a execution device. If there is not a proper amount of material, the box becomes weaker. The more material used, naturally, the higher the quality. In a full form it has a retractable door and resembles a reinforced coffin as well has having a pressure plate that is attached at the bottom. The spikes are slender and sharp.

(For reference: Iron Maiden


PICTURE:
Spoiler:


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→Most of the time the box is meant to form around the opponent, although it must be within 10 yards of Leonard for it to work. This is stationary and will stay in place once formed, so it is meant as a trap. The door may be triggered if someone walks in between the two parts onto the pressure plate. Though it is fairly easy to dodge if it is expected. All it depends on is how it forms, though it forms quite slowly. This can mostly be defensive but is meant to be an offensive trap.


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Last edited by Leonard Black on Thu Aug 16, 2012 6:01 pm; edited 6 times in total

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Re: Leonard's Alchemy

Post by Guest on Thu Aug 16, 2012 9:07 am

REVISE

Whoa, whoa, whoa. Slow down there. At level 1, you're allowed one branch of alchemy. That means one field, one arrow, one briefing, and one transmutation circle. This expands as you level up. Keep the others for later, and once you've chosen, then we'll talk.

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Re: Leonard's Alchemy

Post by Guest on Thu Aug 16, 2012 11:27 am

When I looked for what is what, I never saw an explanation. Sorry for the confusion. Anyways, So should I put something along the line of "To be Unlocked"? Other wise, I am chosing my Iron Maiden Box.

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Re: Leonard's Alchemy

Post by Guest on Thu Aug 16, 2012 11:34 am

Nope. Just take it all out aside from the one you want to use.

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Re: Leonard's Alchemy

Post by Guest on Thu Aug 16, 2012 1:13 pm

Alright I removed it all.

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Re: Leonard's Alchemy

Post by Guest on Thu Aug 16, 2012 1:30 pm

REVISE

Certainly unique.

My only problems lie with the site's alchemy rules.

1] One process at level one is unfortunately one process; so you're going to need to limit yourself to either metals or stone. Stone would obviously be more abundant and multi-purpose, but it's up to you.

2]
Most of the time the box is meant to form around the opponent, although it must be within 10 yards of Leonard for it to work.

This is a little overpowered and violates autohitting rules, seeing as you can essentially rapidly form a box around the opponent. I'd advise giving Leonard some form of hand-to-hand combat in order to create the box, skirt around it, then push his enemies in.

The "ten metres" is a good limitation. And I know you've said it's easy to dodge, but, still; the manual variant is probably a better idea. Unless there's some drawback which makes it easier to dodge, say, it takes a long time to construct alchemically or something of the sort, then I might be able to look back over.

3]
The door may be triggered if someone walks in between the two parts.

I don't quite understand this myself. How does it work? Is there a pressure plate? A tripwire? If so it needs to be mentioned as part of the structure. The doors can't just automatically shut as if by magic.

4] I unfortunately can't approve this until you do have a picture in place. Rules, I'm afraid. Google is generally a good source for transmutation circles, though certain members do them on request, specifically Jay, if you've already met him.

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Re: Leonard's Alchemy

Post by Guest on Thu Aug 16, 2012 5:05 pm

Ah, simple edits.

Naturally, in my point of view, the box has to take a decent amount of time for it to form correctly.

Analogy: If this was pokemon, then the box would be like attacking with Dig. Except it isn't meant to auto-hit. It isn't like iron tail where I can throw a mouse at a gigantic snake made of stone. Lol.

Anyways, I finally got a chance to get my photoshop, so I am going to make the image now.

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Re: Leonard's Alchemy

Post by Guest on Thu Aug 16, 2012 8:08 pm

APPROVED

Good to go.

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